Bobby Jones Golf clubs are made with the legendary craftsmanship of Jesse Ortiz. Jesse Ortiz was previously with Orlimar Golf and has produced some of the most popular clubs of all time during his tenure there. He brought his expertise over to Bobby Jones Golf and the results did not differ. Jesse produced his first line of Bobby Jones Jesse Ortiz Hybrids and Fairway Woods and they immediately were awarded by making that year's Golf Digest Hot List.
The Hybrids were category leaders for performance and playability as well as being a personal preference of the testers. Unlike most hybrids on the market, the Jesse Ortiz hybrids were made with more of a fairway wood look as opposed to an iron. They have a deep leading edge which lines up closely with a fairway wood's low center of gravity, its wide bodied triangle-of-stability, and its versatile contoured sole. This design is made to help get the ball airborne and land soft out of any lie on the golf course. The shafts are a bit shorter than typical hybrids to help with accuracy.
The fairway woods were designed with classic looks as well that most tour pros prefer, but had advancements in weight distribution that enhance the playability and forgiveness that mid to high handicap players like. Bobby Jones again received high marks when they introduced the Workshop Edition Driver in 2008. The triangular design makes the face square up at impact for straighter shots down the fairway. It also comes standard with a 45 gram lightweight shaft that is 47 inches long to produce extra clubhead speed which results in more distance.
Jesse Ortiz recently partnered with one of the best short game instructors, Dave Pelz, to create a line of Bobby Jones Pelz wedges. These wedges were unique in that they were the first and only wedge to have an indestructible and wear resistant face. They provide a soft feel and high spin which is why many players choose these wedges over the competition.
Bobby Jones Golf continues to strive towards master-crafted equipment that is before its time.